The Buffet at Aria, Las Vegas


With the new arena opening, there is going to be a massive influx of people towards the South end of the Las Vegas Strip. Tourists and locals alike are going to be bombarded with SO MANY choices for places to eat. But ladies (and gents), let me help you make the decision!

In honor of #buffetbitch on our Instagram (a little hashtag we started), I’ve decided to highlight an underrated buffet.

The Buffet at Aria
3730 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Compared to other hotels, it’s not as crowded and not as expensive. Walking in, you would notice that most, if not all, the buffet guests are either locals or guests of the hotel which is not necessarily a bad thing either!

They offer the typical buffet go-to’s which include:

  1. Salad: there are plenty of options for greens, toppings, and dressings
  2. Bread and Cheese: aesthetic AND delicious
  3. Meat: their wish is your command
  4. Seafood: cold or hot, you have your pick
  5. Dessert: sugar, sugar-free, they have it all

They also offer some unique features as well:

  1. Rotating gelato freezer: it seems that the flavors vary each visit, but you are guaranteed to find one you like
  2. DIY Street Taco: what’s better than a street taco? A DIY taco!

The Buffet at Aria differentiates itself by consistently maintaining the quality of the food. Since Aria is one of the nicer hotels, their buffet clearly reflects that as well. I noticed the respective chefs of each station were always checking the temperature of the food, as well as wiping any spills caused by the guests.

$25.99 for lunch, I would say that’s a pretty good deal! Go ahead and give it a shot.
The Buffet Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


So let me give you the basics- I was born in Taiwan, raised in the Philippines, and grew up in Los Angeles. I am currently living in Las Vegas, enjoying everything it has to offer on and off the Strip. I’m an aspiring event planner and a self-proclaimed fries connoisseur. But wait, did I mention I can’t cook? No matter where I’ve moved, I have always been spoiled with having good food around me. It’s hard to stay home when my stomach is itching for the next food adventure. From local boba joints to highly-rated celebrity chef restaurants, it’s hard to resist going out to eat when I know there’s an endless amount of possibilities out there! So follow along with me as I explore the foodie paradise that is Las Vegas!